Educational Psychology & Counseling Department

Patrick L. Dunn, JD, PhD, CRC

Dunn,Patrick

452 Claxton Complex
1122 Volunteer Blvd.
Knoxville, TN 37996-3452
865-974-8013
pdunn4@utk.edu

Associate Professor

Education

  • JD, Lincoln Memorial University-Duncan School of Law
  • PhD, The Ohio State University
  • MA, The Ohio State University
  • MS, University of Wisconsin-Stout
  • BA, Marshall University

Curriculum Vita


Recent Publications

Dunn, P. L. (2013, in press).  An introduction to the structure of the American legal system and rules of civil procedure: A primer for vocational experts.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Dunn, P.. L. & Field, T. F. (2013, in press).  Understanding rules of evidence and their application to expert testimony.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Field, T. F. & Dunn, P. L.  (2013, in press).  Transferability of skills: Historical foundations and development.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Austin, W., Smith, T. S., Dunn. P. L. & Sheehan, E.  (2013).  Examining the present viability of medical malpractice caps to compensate diminished earnings of patients and workers.  The Rehabilitation Professional 20(4), 195-200.

Smith, T. S., Cheairs, M. D., Wright, A. E., Austin, W., Primaux, S. J. & Dunn, P. L. (2013). Do medical malpractice caps influence life care planning for patients with tardive dyskinesia?  The Rehabilitation Professional, 20(4), 201-210.

Dunn, P. L. & Robinson, R. (2012).  A survey of the perception of research priorities among private rehabilitation practitioners.  Journal of Forensic Rehabilitation Abstracts, 2(1), 5-23.

 

Recent Presentations

McBroom-Weiss, M., Sawyer-Little, J. & Dunn, P. L. (2013, November).  Forensic 101: Introduction to forensic rehabilitation practice.  Preconference Session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2013 Forensic Conference,  Charleston, SC.

Dunn, P. L. & Smith, T. S. (2013, November).  Research 101.  Preconference Session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2013 Forensic Conference, Charleston, SC.

Dunn, P.L. & McBroom-Weiss, M. (2013, June).  (Tennessee) Legislative Overview.  Presented at IARP TN Chapter Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

Dunn, P. L. (2013, June).  Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis: When does it work? Why does it work?  Presented at IARP TN Chapter Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

Dunn, P. L. (2012, October).  Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis: When does it work?  Why does it work? Presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2012 Forensic Conference, San Juan, PR.

Heitzman, A., Dunn, P., Decoteau, J. P., McBroom-Weiss, M. & Sawyer-Little, J.  (2012, October).   Forensic 101: Introduction to Forensic Rehabilitation Practice.  Preconference session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2012 Forensic Conference, San Juan, PR.

 

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